Archive for May 2nd, 2009

Solar-Powered Irrigation System Unveiled At U.S. National Arboretum
The U.S. National Arboretum is “going green” with the installation of its first solar-powered drip irrigation system that will save electricity and water at the 446-acre facility operated by the Agricultural Research Service in Washington, DC.
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‘Smart Turbine Blades’ To Improve Wind Power
Researchers have developed a technique that uses sensors and computational software to constantly monitor forces exerted on wind turbine blades, a step toward improving efficiency by adjusting for rapidly changing wind conditions.
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Streamline VoIP QoS Analytics and Management Solution from Tone Software
Streamline is a vendor agnostic IP voice management solution that monitors and manages voice QoS and performance in real-time across your PBXs, routers, switches and VoIP gateways. Streamline delivers the deep-dive metric analysis and diagnostic tools you need to ensure for IP voice quality and service levels.
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Free WiFi from Verizon?

Free WiFi from Verizon?
It seems Verizon is jumping on the bandwagon by potentially partnering with Boingo.
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Tata Communications Recognized by Gartner for Managed Security Services
Tata Communications, a subsidiary of Tata Group, announced it has been positioned by industry analyst firm Gartner in the Challengers quadrant of its “Magic Quadrant for Managed Security Service Providers (MSSPs) in North America” report.
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Leading Life Sciences Company Deploys Cegedim Dendrite’s SaaS CRM Solution
Cegedim Dendrite, a firm that specializes in Customer Relationship Management for the life sciences industry, has signed a five year agreement with a biotechnology company for offering the Mobile Intelligence SaaS CRM solution and OneKey healthcare professionals’ database to 1,500 users across 32 countries.
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Bytemobile Debuts Unison Mobile Internet Platform
Bytemobile, Inc., which offers mobile internet solutions for wireless network operators, has launched its new Unison Mobile Internet Optimization, Widget Bar and MobileMatch applications.
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Specialist Contact Managers in Huge Demand: Hays Recruitment
In the current economic scenario when restructuring has become the order of the day, businesses like contact centers are increasingly focusing on process improvement and management of costs.
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AdManage Unveils Display Ad Network

AdManage Unveils Display Ad Network
AdManage launched a new display ad network at the ad:tech show which took place in San Francisco last week. AdManage demonstrated its targeted site-based and keyword contextual display ads which dynamically captivates users’ attention.
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Zend Releases Zend Framework v1.8, Web Application Framework for PHP
Zend Technologies, Inc., the PHP company, has released version 1.8 of its Zend Framework. The project is an open, collaborative Web application framework for PHP development and deployment. This includes contributions from Zend partners as well as the open source community.
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MEN Micro Intros New 3U CompactPCI Boards and Rack Family for Extreme Operating Environments
Recently, MEN Micro Inc., a well-known name in embedded computing and I/O solutions for industrial, mobile and harsh environment applications, introduced yet another new ruggedized 3U CompactPCI family consisting of two single board computers (SBCs) and a rack. All three are said to perform reliably in temperatures ranging from -40C to +85C.
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D-Link Welcomes the Improvements in Windows 7
D-Link Middle East has welcomed the improvements to network compatibility with the release of Windows 7, a new operating system from Microsoft. The company has been one of the Tier One partners in the launch of Windows 7.
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Things to make you happy: Google employs goats

Google's goat army.

(Credit: Official Google Blog)

The economy is still in shambles, we’re all panicking about the bacon fever, and even those bright and shiny “green” initiatives might not be so green. Sad!

But did you know that Google is conserving energy by cutting its Mountain …


Originally posted at The Social

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Study: Electric cars not as green as you think

The environmental benefits of electric cars are being questioned in Germany by a surprising actor: the green movement. But those risks don’t apply in the U.S., the American electric-car lobby asserts.

(Credit: Jürgen Matijevic/WWF)

The German branch of the environmental group World Wildlife Foundation (WWF) has …

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